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I have been tasked with trying to find a way to import data into multiple entities, some of which are custom. I know you can map fields to Account and Contact at the same time, but I wanted to know if it was possible to map the data to fields on multiple custom entities (or a mixture of custom and default) at once?
These docs can be extreme useful to achieve what you need:
Map your data to custom entities and fields - Dynamics 365 AI | Microsoft Docs
Map form data to entities with custom Workflows (Dynamics 365 Marketing) | Microsoft Docs
Create data maps for import (Developer Guide for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises)) | Microsoft Docs
Last one is for on-prem environments.
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This is pretty much what I do when I need to import parent, child entities - community.dynamics.com/.../import-case-account-and-contact-multiple-entities-3-entities-at-once-in-single-file-in-crm-import-wizard
Hi Kenneth, thank you very much for your answer and welcome :) Thank you for these links - however when looking through them I realised I hadn't specified that I'm wanting to import data from a CSV/spreadsheet! I'm struggling to apply the info in your links to what I'm wanting to do, is there another method using CSV or is there a way to use the methods you've supplied? I'm relatively new to this so sometimes translating help articles using the limited knowledge I have is tricky! Thank you :)
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